Cavatelli with Peperoni Cruschi and Pecorino

This is the kind of authentic Italian recipes I love: few good quality ingredients and simplicity 🙂 It’s a typical recipe of Lucania, an area mostly part of Basilicata region, and the fact I managed to find also the Pecorino of Moliterno made it really authentic 🙂 But the main ingredient is the peperone crusco,…

Sfincione Palermitano

This is one the most famous street foods of the city of Palermo, Sicily. At a first sight it might look like a pizza, but it’s more like a focaccia. It has a very soft dough, thanks also to the little fat used, it’s spongy, it’s usually thick, and it’s topping it’s very tasty 🙂…

4th Kenyérlelke Fesztival in Budapest

Today, 20th August in Hungary is a national holiday, the day of Saint Stephen and the day of the country. And, among other things, it is also the day of the “new bread” (“új kenyér ünnepe“), the “freshly baked bread”, which is solemnly sanctified for the first time. Since 3 years it is also the…

Homemade Bread, with only 2 g Yeast

I love bread. A good bread I mean 🙂 it’s the basic food since always, and it can enhance whatever you eat next to eat. Since long time I wanted to try to make it by my own, but for many reasons I never did before. I’m studying about it since long time (I’m quite…

Salmorejo Cordobés

The tomatoes in our garden keep growing, so I need to find recipes to use all these tomatoes 🙂 not a problem, let’s be clear 😀 usually I’m doing a good sauce for the pasta, or for example the Gazpacho. But I wanted something else and I remembered of another Spanish recipe that I saw…

Zuppa Valdostana (Mountain Soup)

Is it cold enough out there? Then it’s the perfect weather to prepare this super tasty soup! 🙂 The “Zuppa Valdostana” (whose name in the local dialect is “Seupa à la Vapelenentse”) is one of the most typical and famous recipes of Valle D’Aosta region, that small Italian region in the Alps next to France and…